The Mercedes-AMG GT S has received a healthy power boost from G-Power, which lifted the stock output to 610PS (601hp) and 755Nm (557lb-ft) of torque.
According to the German tuner, the extra oomph comes after they installed their Bi-Tronik 5 plug-and-play power module, and it's 88PS (87hp) and 85Nm (63lb-ft) of torque more than the stock car.
However, this Mercedes-AMG GT S is not only more powerful than the regular model, but it also packs an extra punch compared to the beastly GT-R, which normally puts down 585PS (577hp) and 700Nm (516lb-ft) of torque.
Thanks to this upgrade, G-Power's latest project needs just 3.5 seconds to sprint from naught to 100km/h (62mph), an 0.3sec improvement over the stock model, and 0.1sec faster than the AMG GT R.
Enhancing the car's look is a new set of Hurricane RR ultra-light forged alloy wheels. These come in 9.0x20- and 10.5x-21-inch size front and rear, respectively, and are shod in 275/30 and 305/25 tires.
The rims can also be had in Gun Metal Grey, Stardust Silver, and Diamond-cut finishes, in addition to the Finish Jet Black pictured here.